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Parting out your car? Post your entire list of BMW parts for sale in one forum. Single items should be posted in one of the other classified forums.

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Old 05-27-2008, 02:56 PM   #1
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WTB/WTT misc facelift sedan (2003+) parts

Hey guys looking around for these parts. Let me know if you know of anyone or anywhere willing to trade + cash etc:

330 brake kit
m3 steering wheel
sport seats (black preferably)
a complete black or dark interior.
19" forged wheels non-M fitment limit $2k
stock 325i airbox!
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Old 05-29-2008, 06:41 AM   #3
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thanks for the plug bro. not sure if it will fit b/c I think the diameter where the MAF is, is different between pre and post facelift sedans.
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Old 05-29-2008, 04:28 PM   #4
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I'm always happy to help my brother out...

Finding wheels that are both forged and 19" in your price range will be very difficult. Non-forged 19" will probably be more likely to be found in your range, or forged 18".

Here's one I found that's close to your range (currently at $2200 obo)

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=575425

I'll continue to keep searching for wheels for you

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Here are a couple of other ones, Kern...

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Old 05-29-2008, 07:16 PM   #6
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wat do you have to trade for the stock airbox?
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i want ur steering wheel
my stock 4 spoke steering wheel? ok trading for what?

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wat do you have to trade for the stock airbox?
umm nothing. I was going to buy one. What do you offer? I have a Gruppe M intake which I only want to use for shows now. If the offer is good I'll consider it.

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I have a Gruppe M intake which I only want to use for shows now.

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Why only for shows and not for daily driving too?
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Why only for shows and not for daily driving too?
I'm having MAF problems. Either the intake is sucking in too much air or too little which results in the car running lean. I think an alternate solution is to get software for the car or get a totally different intake like the DINAN intake +software and full throttle body.
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I'm having MAF problems. Either the intake is sucking in too much air or too little which results in the car running lean. I think an alternate solution is to get software for the car or get a totally different intake like the DINAN intake +software and full throttle body.
Have you cleaned the filter on your Gruppe M intake? If so then there's the chance if you used too much oil on the K&N filter that the oil might have messed up your MAF sensor, so maybe the MAF sensor is really all you need to replace. I have the same intake as you and have not had any problems with the intake sucking in too much or too little air.
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Have you cleaned the filter on your Gruppe M intake? If so then there's the chance if you used too much oil on the K&N filter that the oil might have messed up your MAF sensor, so maybe the MAF sensor is really all you need to replace. I have the same intake as you and have not had any problems with the intake sucking in too much or too little air.
Yes I have cleaned the filter and it's not the oil b/c it's happened multiple times with this intake. The main issue that I have is that I have a m56 motor which is the Low emissions motor. The Gruppe M intake isn't made for this motor and neither are most intakes (it's the bastard son of BMW motors). Whatever the cpu does to save "fuel" and lower emissions messes with the MAF sensor to the point where it can't adjust properly and after a while makes the car idle rough. I just want to give up and get a stock airbox again and use the Gruppe M for shows. IDK I just don't think I have another alternative.

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bump... anyone want to trade interiors? I have tan. I'll trade everything including seats and carpeting for your interior. I just want another color. i h8 tan!!!!!!!
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Yes I have cleaned the filter and it's not the oil b/c it's happened multiple times with this intake. The main issue that I have is that I have a m56 motor which is the Low emissions motor. The Gruppe M intake isn't made for this motor and neither are most intakes (it's the bastard son of BMW motors). Whatever the cpu does to save "fuel" and lower emissions messes with the MAF sensor to the point where it can't adjust properly and after a while makes the car idle rough. I just want to give up and get a stock airbox again and use the Gruppe M for shows. IDK I just don't think I have another alternative.

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Sorry to hear that... I didn't realize you have the m56 motor, so I stand corrected. Yeah, maybe try a different intake like the Dinan one and see if that works instead.

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bump... anyone want to trade interiors? I have tan. I'll trade everything including seats and carpeting for your interior. I just want another color. i h8 tan!!!!!!!
Another option for you could be to consider dying your interior black... either that or hope that you find a salvaged BMW somewhere in a junkyard that has a black interior.
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bump... anyone want to trade interiors? I have tan. I'll trade everything including seats and carpeting for your interior. I just want another color. i h8 tan!!!!!!!
Not black but might look better than your current tan interior...

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I may just get his carpeting.. I'm trying out this new concept of "moderately modding" to offset this addiction. thanks bro great find.
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I may just get his carpeting.. I'm trying out this new concept of "moderately modding" to offset this addiction. thanks bro great find.
Anytime, bro.

Normally I'm all for "moderate modding" and I think your suggestion for getting just the carpeting is a good one, HOWEVER... gray carpeting with tan seats/panels/etc...

Black carpeting would be ideal since black will go with tan better than gray. Maybe you can get the gray carpeting and just get gray or black seatcovers so that you won't have the tan seats clashing with the gray carpeting. Maybe look at getting his gray dash (I forget if he's selling that or not) or get a gray dash cover.
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^^^ That's unbelievable, Pranay... Kern that's amazing that a fellow team member has everything you need, bro.

This is EXACTLY why I suggested that our team website should have a Classifieds section so that everyone on our team can post what they have for sale so that team members can have first dibs on all the stuff.
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